From you? Or from someone with real clout over an 18-year-old?
In the latter case, it isn't you who's doing, or not doing, the allowing, is it?
In the former case, well, you're entitled to spend your money as you see fit---but denying the money doesn't mean you aren't "allowing"; it means you aren't *financing*. The two are quite different things.
Sounds to me like it isn't just your 18-year-old son who needs to grow up.
On Tue, 05 Mar 2013 20:57:40 -0700, Robert Hansen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Mar 5, 2013, at 10:43 PM, "Louis Talman" <email@example.com> wrote: > >> If I were your 18-year-old son, I'd tell you what you could do with the >> notion that you could "not allow" me to do >>something I'd decided to >> do. > > Maybe, but good luck on getting $200K to blow on a soft degree.:) > > Bob Hansen >
-- --Louis A. Talman Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences Metropolitan State University of Denver